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Ji Sung And Lee Bo Young Welcome Birth Of Second Child

 

Ji Sung And Lee Bo Young Welcome Birth Of Second Child

 

Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young have welcomed the birth of their second child!

On February 5, Ji Sung’s agency Namoo Actors confirmed the news and stated, “They gave birth to their second child, a son, today. His nickname was Bo Ah, and all of the family is very happy to meet him. We are grateful for everyone’s congratulatory messages.”

Lee Bo Young’s agency Fly Up Entertainment also stated, “Lee Bo Young gave birth to her son today. Both the mother and baby are healthy, and he was born a little earlier than expected.”

Ji Sung shared the happy news on his personal Instagram account with a photo of his son’s feet as he wrote, “Kwak Bo Ah, Bo Ah is born. Welcome Bo Ah. Be healthy! I love you!”

 

Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young tied the knot in 2013 after six years of being in a public relationship. They gave birth to their first daughter in 2015. According to Ji Sung, “Ji Yoo’s nickname was Bo Bae because she’s ‘Bo Young’s baby,’ and our second child’s nickname is Bo Ah for ‘Bo Young’s Ahgi [baby].'”

Congratulations to the family!

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7 hours ago, feelbora said:

https://www.soompi.com/article/1301576wpp/ji-sung-and-lee-bo-young-welcome-birth-of-second-child

 

Ji Sung And Lee Bo Young Welcome Birth Of Second Child

 

Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young have welcomed the birth of their second child!

On February 5, Ji Sung’s agency Namoo Actors confirmed the news and stated, “They gave birth to their second child, a son, today. His nickname was Bo Ah, and all of the family is very happy to meet him. We are grateful for everyone’s congratulatory messages.”

Lee Bo Young’s agency Fly Up Entertainment also stated, “Lee Bo Young gave birth to her son today. Both the mother and baby are healthy, and he was born a little earlier than expected.”

Ji Sung shared the happy news on his personal Instagram account with a photo of his son’s feet as he wrote, “Kwak Bo Ah, Bo Ah is born. Welcome Bo Ah. Be healthy! I love you!”

 

Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young tied the knot in 2013 after six years of being in a public relationship. They gave birth to their first daughter in 2015. According to Ji Sung, “Ji Yoo’s nickname was Bo Bae because she’s ‘Bo Young’s baby,’ and our second child’s nickname is Bo Ah for ‘Bo Young’s Ahgi [baby].'”

Congratulations to the family!

 

Hi feelbora, thanks for sharing this good news.  Congratulations to the couple! So, his name is Kwak Bo Ah (Ji Sung’s birth name is Kwak Tae Geun). I'm happy that there were no complications during the birth. :lol:

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10 K-Drama Male Characters We Wouldn’t Actually Date IRL

 

When you watch a K-drama, it really takes no effort at all to fall in love with the male character. They’re (most of the time) handsome, charming, and know how to woo the main female character, which in turn, woos us. It’s easy to get caught up in the fictitious world of love triangles, back hugs, and epic confessions or proposals, but are these characters actually dating material in real life? Here’s a look at 10 male characters who would be pretty difficult to actually date in real life.

 

Disclaimer: I loved each and every one of these K-dramas despite the opinions on this feature. 

 

Warning: spoilers for dramas below.  

 

 

Kill Me Heal Me” – Cha Do Hyun

Cha Do Hyun (Ji Sung) is a very, very complicated man. By himself, he is a pretty solid guy: caring, kind, rich, and very successful. But he’s also got several other personalities as he’s suffering from a multiple personality disorder as a result of a traumatic incident that happened when he was a child.

 

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So although Cha Do Hyun is a good catch, I’m pretty sure it would be a little stressful having to deal with all seven of his other personalities. Although, Shin Se Gi was pretty cool, right?

 

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Watch “Kill Me Heal Me”:

 

 

 

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credit : soompi news

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Ji Sung Wishes Everyone a Happy Lunar New Year

 

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Ji Sung shared his new year's wishes with his fans. He posted a handsome selfie on Instagram with the caption "Happy New Year!".

 

In the photo, he is gazing warmly at the camera while bundled up in a black turtle neck.

 

Happy Year of the Golden Pig to all!

 

 

 

Source : www.topstarnews.net/n...

Translation : Hancinema

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February 7, 2019

 

 

Ji Sung and Lee have a baby boy

 

Actors Ji Sung and Lee Bo-young had a second baby.

“Lee gave birth to a baby son on [Tuesday] morning, and both Lee and the baby are healthy,” Lee’s agency Fly-up Entertainment announced Tuesday.

Ji Sung celebrated the news by posting a photo of the feet of his new baby on his Instagram account, saying, “Boa (nickname) is born. Congratulations, Boa. Stay healthy! I love you!”

The couple, who met while filming the SBS series “Save the Last Dance for Me” in 2004, got married in 2013 after six years of dating. They had their daughter Ji-yu in 2015.

By Yeo Ye-rim

credit : JoongAngDaily

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come share your love for ji sung and all things soompi!

 

 

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7 Idols Who Look Like The Younger Version Of Other Celebrities

Did these idols secretly time travel?

 

Have you ever wondered what your favorite idol would look like all grown up? Well, they may look a little something like some other famous celebrities! Although not all idols have a grown-up version of themselves, fans have noticed that these 7 idols look like younger versions of these 7 actors and actresses. So, if you want to take a look into the future to see what your bias will look like, you may not have to look any further than these celebrities!

 

 

7. Jungkook (BTS) and Ji Sung

Although everyone agrees that Jungkook doesn’t look exactly like Ji Sung

 

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They have noticed there is a certain something that both famous celebrities share in common!

 

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Lee Se Young And Ji Sung In Talks To Star In Upcoming SBS Drama

 

Lee Se Young and Ji Sung may be starring together in a new SBS medical drama!

On March 11, Lee Se Young’s agency Prain TPC confirmed that the actress had been offered a leading role in the upcoming drama “Doctor Room” (working title). A representative of the agency stated, “Lee Se Young has received a casting offer for SBS’s new Friday-Saturday drama ‘Doctor Room,’ and she is currently reviewing the offer.”

The representative clarified that the actress had not yet come to a decision about whether to accept the role, explaining, “[‘Doctor Room’] is one of multiple projects for which she has received an offer.”

“Doctor Room” is a new medical drama about doctors specializing in pain management. In a refreshing take on the genre, “Doctor Room” will portray the doctors’ search for the cause of their patients’ mysterious pain as a thrilling chase, almost like a detective hunting down the perpetrator behind an unsolved crime. The drama will also tackle the debate surrounding the controversial practice of euthanasia.

Lee Se Young has been offered the role of Kang Si Young, a legendary anesthesiologist who was always at the top of her class throughout medical school. The talented doctor inherited her skills from her cool-headed, rational mother, while she inherited her empathy, listening skills, and warm bedside manner from her father.
 

Meanwhile, Ji Sung is currently in talks to star as Cha Yo Han, a genius anesthesiologist who is also the youngest professor at his medical school. The brilliant doctor goes by the nickname “10 Seconds,” referring to his ability to figure out his patients in the 10 seconds that it takes for them to enter an examination room and walk to their seat.

“Doctor Room” is currently scheduled to premiere in July of this year.

Are you excited to potentially see Lee Se Young and Ji Sung in this new drama? Leave your thoughts below!


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On 3/12/2019 at 5:38 AM, irilight said:



Lee Se Young And Ji Sung In Talks To Star In Upcoming SBS Drama

 

Lee Se Young and Ji Sung may be starring together in a new SBS medical drama!

On March 11, Lee Se Young’s agency Prain TPC confirmed that the actress had been offered a leading role in the upcoming drama “Doctor Room” (working title). A representative of the agency stated, “Lee Se Young has received a casting offer for SBS’s new Friday-Saturday drama ‘Doctor Room,’ and she is currently reviewing the offer.”

The representative clarified that the actress had not yet come to a decision about whether to accept the role, explaining, “[‘Doctor Room’] is one of multiple projects for which she has received an offer.”

“Doctor Room” is a new medical drama about doctors specializing in pain management. In a refreshing take on the genre, “Doctor Room” will portray the doctors’ search for the cause of their patients’ mysterious pain as a thrilling chase, almost like a detective hunting down the perpetrator behind an unsolved crime. The drama will also tackle the debate surrounding the controversial practice of euthanasia.

Lee Se Young has been offered the role of Kang Si Young, a legendary anesthesiologist who was always at the top of her class throughout medical school. The talented doctor inherited her skills from her cool-headed, rational mother, while she inherited her empathy, listening skills, and warm bedside manner from her father.
 

Meanwhile, Ji Sung is currently in talks to star as Cha Yo Han, a genius anesthesiologist who is also the youngest professor at his medical school. The brilliant doctor goes by the nickname “10 Seconds,” referring to his ability to figure out his patients in the 10 seconds that it takes for them to enter an examination room and walk to their seat.

“Doctor Room” is currently scheduled to premiere in July of this year.

Are you excited to potentially see Lee Se Young and Ji Sung in this new drama? Leave your thoughts below!


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Hi irilight, thanks for sharing this good news! I love medical dramas. Although, I'm not really so familiar with her. :lol:

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24 minutes ago, willenette said:

Hi irilight, thanks for sharing this good news! I love medical dramas. Although, I'm not really so familiar with her.

@willenette, she was a child actress. 

Her first Drama was "My Love Patzzi" with Kim Rae-Won. (2002), Followed by a Jewel in the Palace (Dae Jang Geum) and Country Princess (both in 2003)

I first noticed her as a youngster/adolescent in Goddess of Marriage, where she played bratty daughter of Jo Min-Soo's character. and then in Trot Lovers aka Lovers of Music where she played an antagonist -  played very well, I might add.

 

Then most recent drama I have seen with her, is the one that just ended "The Crowned Clown," where she played the Queen opposite Yeo Jin-Goo.  

Her excellent performance there, probably helped her this new offer.

 

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10 minutes ago, irilight said:

@willenette, she was a child actress. 

Her first Drama was "My Love Patzzi" with Kim Rae-Won. (2002), Followed by a Jewel in the Palace (Dae Jang Geum) and Country Princess (both in 2003)

I first noticed her as a youngster/adolescent in Goddess of Marriage, where she played bratty daughter of Jo Min-Soo's character. and then in Trot Lovers aka Lovers of Music where she played an antagonist -  played very well, I might add.

 

Then most recent drama I have seen with her, is the one that just ended "The Crowned Clown," where she played the Queen opposite Yeo Jin-Goo.  

Her excellent performance there, probably helped her this new offer.

 

 

irilight, thanks for sharing this. Ohhh...........I watched My Love Patzzi.... but, you said that she was a child actress there - The reason why I don't recognized her at all now. :lol:

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13 hours ago, willenette said:

I watched My Love Patzzi.... but, you said that she was a child actress there - The reason why I don't recognized her at all now


I watched My  Love Patzzi too... I do not remember the first portion with the child actresses very vividly. Maybe I'll watch it again, just out of curiosity.

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6 hours ago, irilight said:


I watched My  Love Patzzi too... I do not remember the first portion with the child actresses very vividly. Maybe I'll watch it again, just out of curiosity.

 

Hi irilight, I guess I will do that, too - I still have a DVD copy of this drama. :lol:

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1 hour ago, willenette said:

Hi irilight, I guess I will do that, too - I still have a DVD copy of this drama

@willenette, me too, haha. But do remember that she has improved a lot since her first days as a child actress....

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16 Memorable Life Lessons That K-Dramas Have Taught Us

 

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The K-drama universe is amazing. No matter the genre, the story behind every Korean drama is embedded with all sorts of sub-genres, all coming together as one. On top of the laughter, the romance, the thriller, and even the melodrama, we gain one more thing when watching our favorite actors and actresses onscreen: a set of life lessons.

 

Midst these dramas’ scripts lies an incredible amount of dialogues that leave us pondering over them for weeks, months, and even years once the storyline has concluded. Featuring some of the most unforgettable K-dramas in order of their air date, here are 16 quote-worthy lines that have taught us a lesson or two in life!

 

 

 

4. About facing your fears – “Kill Me Heal Me

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“Within each person’s heart is a dark basement. If you look away or stand by, that darkness thickens. You must summon your courage to go down and turn on the light. If you’re scared to go alone, you can hold someone’s hand.” – Cha Do Hyun (Ji Sung)

 

Watch “Kill Me, Heal Me”:

 

 

 

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credit : soompi news

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12 K-Drama Couples That Exude The Best Chemistry

 

One of the most exciting parts about K-dramas is finding out who the two main leads are. When the two leads are super popular, the only thing you can really hope for is that the chemistry is there. It’s tragic, really, when there’s a lot of anticipation surrounding the main leads and then when the series starts, there’s not even a flicker of that spark. Most of the time, the success and popularity of a K-series ride a lot on how well the main leads connect. Here’s a look at 12 drama couples who had the best chemistry!

 

Warning: Minor spoilers for the dramas below.

 

 

Ji Sung and Hwang Jung Eum in “Kill Me, Heal Me”

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In “Kill Me, Heal Me,” Ji Sung played Cha Do Hyun, a man with multiple personalities. He gets a psychiatric resident named Oh Ri Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) to help him delve into his personalities to try and get rid of them. Cha Do Hyun is desperate to live a normal life and believes Ri Jin can help him achieve this. While on this journey, he falls in love with her, and the two realize that their pasts are intertwined and that fate has brought them together.

 

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The best part about this series, besides Ji Sung acting out several hilarious characters, is seeing the chemistry between him and Hwang Jung Eum. No matter which character Ji Sung played, he was able to maintain chemistry with his co-star. Whether it was the boy-crazy Yona or bad boy Shin Se Gi, each of the personalities was able to connect with Ri Jin.

 

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Watch “Kill Me, Heal Me”:

 

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credit : soompi news

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*** In Korea, the 100-day mark is a baby's first major milestone as many children in the past failed to live past three months of birth due to diseases and a lack of medical care. So at the 100-day mark, they’re all in a pretty good place. But, in modern Korea, the 100 days celebration is much smaller and usually among the immediate family only. But the first birthday, known as [dol], remains a significant event in which a huge party is thrown, with extended families and friends are invited. A baby’s first birthday is a big deal in Korea. The friends and family usually pitch in to give gold rings to the birthday girl/boy. The first time I went to a Korean first birthday party, I expected to see balloons, cake and lots of children playing. I was surprised to find that it's actually very similar to a Korean wedding. :P

 

 

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Lee Bo-young and Ji Sung's Son Celebrates 100th Day

 

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Ji Sung celebrated the 100th day of his second child.

 

He posted a message on Instagram on the 15th saying, "Kwak Woo-seong 100 days ♥ Woo-seong! Be a healthy boy and thank you for being born". He posted a picture of a rice cake celebrating the 100th day.

 

He had announced previously on his Instagram that his son, Kwak Bo-ah, was born. "Welcome Bo-ah~ let's be healthy! I love you". Bo-ah is the baby name for their second child.

 

Ji Sung and Lee Bo-young dated for 6 years before they got married in 2013. They had their first child, a daughter, in 2015.

 

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Source : tenasia.hankyung.com/...

credit : Hancinema

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*** Korean movie "Fengshui"  is available to preorder on DVD with English subtitles from YESASIA. :P

 

 

 

"Fengshui" (2018)

 

Directed by Park Hee-gon

With Cho Seung-woo, Ji Sung, Kim Sung-kyun, Baek Yoon-sik, Moon Chae-won, Yoo Jae-myung,...

Formerly known as "Grave Site"
Began filming : 2017/08/22
Wrapped up filming : 2018/01/05
Synopsis
A period movie about those who struggle to become king and fight over grave sites and a young man who lost his parents attempting to take revenge on the king.

Release date in Korea : 2018/09/19

 

DVD with English subtitles

 

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Source : track.webgains.com/cl...

credit : Hancinema

 

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